New to Hubpages. I created Amazon and Google Adsense accounts. I added a capsule to my Hub for Amazon and can't get any products to come up with search tool. I also noticed there was another option to obtain relevant products by adding a link or ISBN number. When I go to Amazon I get html to embed? What do I do? Thanks. Frustrated!
you can search products by keywords or you can also put the URL of products of the products you want to display in amazon capsule
I'm having the same problem today but have never experienced this before. I use Amazon all the time so something is wrong on the Amazon end or the Hubpages side. Hope it fixed soon.
Yeah, there's definitely a problem there, either on Hubpages' or Amazon's end. It's not just you. Hope they get it fixed soon.
Yes it seems to be a problem today - can't get Amazon products to come up in capsules and not showing in my astores either!
Is anyone having problems with Kontera also or did I set up wrong. Used hubpages url not profile url when I set it up.
You probably will have to log out from HP to be able to see your kontera`s links
but I thought you are only eligible for setting up kontera ads after you start making $100 per month, read it here somewhere under the rules. Am I wrong?
no- your eligible at anytime, but think twice before you use it- it is irritating and you have to get like 1000 clicks to make anything! I personally dont even use it.
Thank God for this thread!
I was in total panic as I didn't see product links on my own hubs and when I tried another person's hub they did show the first time!
I thought I was banned from Amazon or something...
Apparantly for most but not all of the page loads Amazon won't show products today. Not very good advertising for their affiliate program and their hosting solutions.
My Amazon links are finally working! I am so new and hope I can make some money. Have a lot to learn. Already had a flagged HUb just because I really didn't get the concept! Thanks everyone.
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